Sunday, September 21, 2014
Week in Grieview
[Photo by James and Karla Murray]
City OKs residential use at the former Amato Opera on the Bowery (Wednesday)
First sign of future development at 79-89 Avenue D (Tuesday)
Angelica Kitchen is latest East Village restaurant in danger of closing (Wednesday)
Out and About with Mike Schweinsburg (Wednesday)
Security guards and Stop Work Orders for Icon Realty-owned East 12th Street building (Thursday)
That low-flying helicopter above Avenue B (Thursday)
BSA tells Ben Shaoul to remove the illegal penthouse on East 5th Street within 60 days (Wednesday)
An Urban Etiquette Fucking Drugs Sign (Monday, 48 comments)
Workers cut down a red oak in Tompkins Square Park (Monday)
A visit to Fly Dove NYC, a new boutique on East Seventh Street (Friday)
Retail space for lease in the new Cooper Square dorm (Monday)
Touching up the Joe Strummer mural (Friday)
Revisiting Cafe Mogador (Friday)
Boarding up the former Mobil station on Avenue C (Tuesday)
Salon V leaving East 7th Street after 10 years (Tuesday)
Ian Schrager unveiled the sales office and model apartment for his incoming hotel-condo tower at 215 Chrystie (Thursday)
You always post photos of abandoned stuffed lions on St. Mark's Place (Thursday)
Citi Bike fixing all those cracked seats (Tuesday)
… and we forgot to note this yarn installation (???) next to Artichoke on East 14th Street…
Posted by Grieve at 2:31 PM
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Great photo, Murrays. Saving it to hard drive as a keepsake!
I can't tell, is the white yarn "cheese" oozing off the side meant to signify Artichoke's pies are too gooey and gloppy, and therefore not real NYC pizza?
Nice artistic tribute nonetheless.
That's called "yarn bombing." Google it for lots of images.
The yarn is by an artist named London Kaye. She's dope.
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